Samsung Galaxy S6 Edges SAR rating shows a phone with extremely low radiation levels

Samsung logoSamsung is prepping to launch its latest flagships, the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge smartphones at MWC 2015 in Barcelona, we have no doubt about it.

To make this fact even clearer, the duos manuals have been spotted making an appearance on one of Sammys European websites.

On top of that, the folks of Mobile Telefon have discovered information related to SAR rating have been posted on the Koreans tech giant website, perhaps by mistake.

SAR stands for Specific Absorption Rate and reveals the radiation exposure levels of electronic devices. Worried that talking on the phone all day long will give you a fatal disease? Well, you dont have to be when it comes to the S6 Edge.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edges SAR rating shows a phone with extremely low radiation levels

SAR stands for Specific Absorption Rate and reveals the radiation exposure levels of electronic devices. Worried that talking on the phone all day long will give you a fatal disease? Well, you dont have to be when it comes to the S6 Edge.

It seems like Samsungs upcoming flagship will boast a very low 0.306 W/Kg Head SAR, which is way below most flagships available on the market.

Take into consideration that the legal limit for a device to be given the green light while SAR is concerned is 1.6 watts per kilogram (W/kg) averaged over one gram of tissue.

The iPhones SAR for example nearly exceeds legal radiation limits being only .01 under the FCCs legal restriction.

So as you can see, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge sits very well in this department and might turn out to be one of the safest devices to use.

Source: Softpedia

Tags: Galaxy S6, Samsung, smartphones

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